North London's Cultural Guide


Eating & Drinking

Six places we miss in Tufnell Park

From Del Parc to Soho Hip, Shoe Shop to Ceremony, how many of these did you frequent?


Take a literary tour of these inspiring local blue plaques

Freelance reporter Jennifer Rigby plots a self-guided north London city hike with a purpose


‘A previous landlady would parade naked’: the tale of the Junction Tavern

Ex-owner Jacky Kitching on how she turned around the Fortess Road institution back in 2002


The secret history of Kentish Town’s piano factories

Did you know that between 1870 and 1914 Camden was the centre of the world’s manufacture of pianos?


Camden’s statues, monuments and place names to be examined

As part of the Black Lives Matter protests, cross-party group to review existing naming of buildings, streets, public spaces and memorials

Health & Fitness

The outdoor spot most likely to make you feel like you’re on holiday

There are so many beautiful corners in the area but one location stands out above them all


How does NW5’s hidden river flow over the railway track?

Curious Kentish Town is a fascinating book to pore over in the lockdown, if you can get a copy. Here’s an extract


Fading London: 4 ghost signs you should check out

A new book celebrates the capital’s commercial history


You can now climb to the top of Caledonian Park Tower

It’s had a multi-million pound revamp with new heritage centre and cafe too


MUST DO: Jews, Money, Myth at Jewish Museum, Camden

A major new exhibition explores the role of money in Jewish life over the last two thousand years

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